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They say you should never judge a book by its cover, but you should never judge a book by its size, either. Sometimes the smallest books pack in the most information, and Effective Deposition Defense Rules is no exception. This handy pocketbook is the newest addition to Malone’s Rules Book Series, a series of trial guidebooks intended to provide lawyers and practitioners with easy access to answers and information.
David M. Malone’s Effective Deposition Defense Rules is the ultimate guide to common questions and concerns lawyers face when defending depositions. Chapters cover everything from “Preparing the Deponent” and “Making Objections at the Deposition” to “Issues with Video Depositions,” “Documents at the Deposition,” and “Reviewing and Correcting the Transcript.” New and experienced practitioners maneuvering the pretrial deposition process will appreciate the book’s quick-reference format and logical organization when they need an answer fast.
This is an invaluable reference book to add to your collection, and one you will find yourself turning to for answers time and time again.
About the Author
David M. Malone is widely regarded as one of the most influential trial consultants in America. He is an esteemed trial attorney, author, teacher and consultant, and has been a leader in courtroom communication and mock trial development.
David is also the bestselling author of The Effective Deposition (look for the fourth edition later this summer!)
ISBN: 978-1-60156-173-2 ∙ 134 pages ∙ Retail Price: $35.00
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